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NIDI vacancy: Director

Dec 06, 2019

For the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI-KNAW), the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) is looking for a new director.

NIDI vacancy: Survey coordinator

Nov 13, 2019

NIDI has a vacancy for a survey coordinator within the Generations and Gender Programme (GGP).

GGP Newsletter October 2019

Oct 31, 2019

GGP Newsletter no. 52 is now available! Find the latest updates of the Harmonized Histories dataset and see the GGP mentioned in Population Eurpoe’s Policy Brief on Securing High-quality Data on Populations.

GGP Newsletter September 2019

Sep 30, 2019

GGP Newsletter no. 51 is now available! Find the latest updates about the new the Harmonized Histories dataset, and the forthcoming GGP Pilot in Latin America.

GGP Newsletter August 2019

Aug 27, 2019

GGP Newsletter no. 50 is now available! Read the latest newsletter to learn more about the Estionian National Research Infrastructure Roadmap which includes information about the Estonian Generations and Gender Survey 2020 (GGS2020-EE), and how to cite the GGS data (wave 1, and wave 2).

GGP Newsletter July 2019

Jul 30, 2019

GGP Newsletter no. 49 is now available! Read the latest newsletter for updates on the Contextual Database (CDB) and the GGP User Conference 2019 in Paris, including the link for registration.

GGP Newsletter June 2019

Jul 01, 2019

GGP Newsletter no. 48 is now available. Read our latest newsletter for updates on the new Contextual Database (beta version) and the upcoming collaboration with Statistics Canada.

GGP Newsletter May 2019

May 31, 2019

GGP Newsletter no. 47 is now available. Find the latest newsletter for updates about the beta version of the new Contextual Database (CDB), the Swedish GGS wave 2 Register Data, and the Polish GGS Pre-harmonized Data files of wave 1 and wave 2.

GGP Newsletter April 2019

Apr 19, 2019

GGP Newsletter no. 46 is now available! Read the latest newsletter for updates on the GGP’s 5th User Conference in collaboration with INED and the IUSSP! Find out who will be our keynotes and how to submit your abstract!
Other items include details on our Data Visualization Workshop with Ilya Kashnitsky and our new GGP Masters Thesis Award. News about recent & upcoming events and publications is also provided.

Ph.D. defence Jarl Mooyaart

Apr 05, 2019

Wednesday 24 April 2019 Jarl Mooyaart defended his Ph.D. thesis entiteld 'Linkages between family background, family formation and disadvantage in young adulthood', a study on how the relationship between socio-economic background and family formation has developed over time and what the consequences are for the individual of choosing a particular family formation pathway.

GGP Newsletter March 2019

Mar 26, 2019

GGP Newsletter no. 45 is now available! Read the latest newsletter for updates on the GGP’s 5th User Conference and details on themes, planned activities and how to submit your abstract.
Other newsletter items include updates about the GGP’s inclusion on the Estonia Roadmap for Research Infrastructures and the March 2019 kick off meeting the Social Science and Humanities Open Cloud (SSHOC) project. News on upcoming events and publications is also provided.

GGP Newsletter February 2019

Feb 06, 2019

January 2019 saw the start of the Social Science and Humanities Open Science Cloud project (Grant Number: 823782). This €14.5 million project seeks to better integrate Social Science and Humanities Infrastructures with the European Open Science Cloud. In this project, the GGP will be collaborating with the European Linguistics Infrastructure (CLARIN) and the European Value Study (EVS) to develop new approaches to harvesting linguistic data from survey interviews.

Ph.D. defence Petra de Jong

Jan 09, 2019

Thursday 17 January 2019 Petra de Jong defended her Ph.D. thesis entiteld 'Between welfare and farewell. The role of welfare systems in intra-European migration decisions', a study on how and to what extent intra-European migration decisions are influenced by welfare systems in both origin and destination countries.

GGP Newsletter December 2018

Dec 19, 2018

The Generations and Gender Programme presents it's re-styled Newsletter. This shift to a new platform and layout makes it possible to publish new, dynamic data visuals while continuing to provide the GGP User Community with updates from the GGP as well as news items about upcoming events and recent studies conducted using GGP datasets.

ERC Grant awarded to Helga de Valk

Dec 03, 2018

NIDI is very happy to congratulate Helga de Valk for obtaining an ERC Consolidator Grant based on her project proposal Migrant youth mobility in Europe: Patterns, processes and consequences.

NIDI-NVD Master Thesis Award and NVD Poster Award 2018

Nov 28, 2018

Bettina Hünteler wins the NIDI-NVD Master Thesis Award 2018 and Ilya Kashnitsky received the NVD Poster award 2018.

GGP at a Glance on dividing household work equally with a partner

Oct 31, 2018

In the 1950s and 1960s, families generally followed the male-breadwinner model characterized by a clear gender division of labour both in terms of paid and unpaid work. Equal division of labour nowadays depends heavily on the household task considered.

GGP at a Glance on attitudes towards family formation behaviour

Aug 30, 2018

Families in Europe and elsewhere are becoming more complex, with an increasing number of couples living in unmarried cohabitation or experiencing a separation or divorce. The GGP provides data not only on actual family transitions, but also on norms and values regarding family-related behaviour.

Regional population structures at a glance

Jul 21, 2018

Diversity in population age structures is all too easily hidden behind national averages. Today every country in Europe faces the challenges of demographic ageing to some degree. Yet, the severity of the issue varies substantially by region, city, or even urban district.

GGP at a Glance on care responsibilities for (elderly) parents with young children

Jul 05, 2018

The increase in female labour force participation and dual-earner couples has initiated a continuing discussion in Europe about ways in which families can be helped in combining work and family responsibilities. Uptake of maternity leave and access to high-quality and affordable child care can help families – and women in particular - to combine parenthood and career aspirations. Generally, less attention is paid to care responsibilities for elderly parents.

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